|Founder||Eric and Kenneth Lockard|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Headquarters location||Flagstaff, Arizona|
Salina Bookshelf is a publishing company based in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Founded in 1994 by Eric and Kenneth Lockard, the company specializes on Navajo-language books, mostly for children and adolescents, and is the only Navajo-language publisher in the United States. Among its publications are a bilingual edition of the 1940s classic Who wants to be a prairie dog? and Diné Bizaad Bínáhooʼaah, the Navajo language textbook that was officially adopted by the state of New Mexico in 2008. From its beginnings as an endeavor by two teenagers in the 1990s, Salina bookshelf grew to having 6 full-time employees and three translators.
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- Kraker, Daniel. Navajo Language Lives On at Salina Bookshelf. Voice of America. http://www.voanews.com Accessed 2012-07-12.
- Fonseca, Felcia. New Mexico first state to adopt Navajo textbook. Seattle Times. 2008-07-31. Accessed 2012-07-12
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